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Replace that old vaccine cooler | Medical Kits for Emergency Preparedness | In-the-Field ER for Hospital Coalitions

Replace that old vaccine cooler Following a peak in July, Australia is on the back-end of one of its worst flu seasons in recent years. What does that mean for the United States? Time will tell, but this article found on Healthline.com talks with some of the experts in the field. And as always, lots of information can be found Read More
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Switch to better | Triage & Treatment – Anywhere | Medical Kits for Burn Care

Transport System Recommendations Hello, medical professionals! If improving cold chain management is on this year's to-do list, look at Section "A". Section "B" provides a wonderful video link to a MCI hospital surge drill that you won't want to miss, while section "C" talks about a medical kit for burn treatment. As always, have a productive week! To Read More
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Cool Cube™ Cold Chain Coolers | Care-Specific Medical Kits | Supplies for Off-Site Vaccinations

YouTube Cool Cube™ Play Image Hello, medical professionals! There's been a lot of talk about the difference between Cool Cubes™ and other "cold chain coolers." If cold chain management is part of your job, you will want to read the first section below. The next two sections also stay in the vaccination arena and deal with DDLs (digital data loggers) Read More
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TMD (temperature monitoring device) Guide | Cool Cube™ FAQ | Fully Stocked Medical Kits

TMD-temperature-monitoring-device-Guide A) Cool Cube™ FAQ A Question From Your Colleagues Question: "How does the Cool Cube™ stay cold? Does it need to be plugged in?" Answer: A Cool Cube™ is categorized as a "passive" system. Simply put, they do not need an internal power source to work. Instead they rely on phase change material ("PCM" technology) coupled with high-performance vacuum insulation (better Read More
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Hangable MedKits | Cool Cube™ FAQ | Patient Surge System

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Hangable MedKitsCare-Specific Medical Kits for EPMore advanced than a first aid kit, VeriCor MedKits contain treatment-specific supplies that are organized within a portable, rolled-up, quick-to-deploy UMO (Upright Medical Organizer). When in a pinch, the responding providers have exact locations of the supplies (bag # and pocket) to facilitate a more effective response. Choose from a Read More